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What to play with your new driving setup. WIP
« on: August 05, 2014, 02:57:53 pm »
EDIT  Un=stickying this thread.  Copied the lists into the driving cab info thread.



(taking the time to do this because I can get away with working on it while at work  >:D )

I thought it would be nice to have a complete list of what games are
playable with a 270 degree setup since that's what most people have and
it would cover those with just PC wheels also.  In its final form, it can
act as a guide for someone trying to figure out what to install on their system. 
This will probably be integrated into the driving cab info thread or maybe get its own sticky when more complete.

I have a 360 degree MAME list that I'll go ahead and paste to the driving
cab info thread.

Some of these games may require a bleeding edge PC or shifter workarounds
like RacerMAME (see the driving cab info thread)
I may make some system for denoting that later, but for now want to get
all the games that are playable listed.
I'll probably also mark the motorcycle or other type games in some way.

I haven't play tested all of these (especially the console games).
If you see something that doesn't work, let me know.
If I'm missing something that does work, let me know.

MAME (there have probably been some added to working status since
I last checked, please chime in if you notice something missing)
There are a few 360 degree wheel games that are perfectly playable with a 270 degree wheel.
Those are currently missing from this list.  I will add when they're tested and verified to work properly.


A.B. Cop
Ace Driver
Aqua Jet
Big Run
Blomby Car
California Speed
Chase Bombers
Cisco Heat
Continental Circus
Cruis'n USA
Cruis'n World
Cyber Cycles
Dirt Fox
Driver's Edge
Enduro Racer
F1 Exhaust Note
Grand Prix Star
F-1 Grand Prix Star II
Final Lap 2
Final Lap 3
Final Lap R
Final Lap
Four Trax
Ground Effects / Super Ground Effects
1000 Miglia: Great 1000 Miles Rally
Mille Miglia 2: Great 1000 Miles Rally
Hang-On
Hang-On Jr.
Hard Drivin'
Hyper Crash
Hot Chase
Hyperdrive
Max RPM
Midnight Run
OutRunners
Out Run
Power Drift
Pocket Racer
Race Drivin'
Racing Hero
Radikal Bikers
Rad Mobile
Rad Rally
Rave Racer
Ridge Racer
Rough Racer
Round Up 5 - Super Delta Force
Stadium Cross
San Francisco Rush
Super Hang-On
Shot Rider
Side By Side
Side By Side 2
Slip Stream
Super Monaco GP
Speed Racer
Speed Up
Spy Hunter
Spy Hunter 2
Super Chase - Criminal Termination
Suzuka 8 Hours
Suzuka 8 Hours 2
Turbo Tag
Ace Driver:Victory Lap
WEC LeMans

Here is gameplay footage of most of the MAME games that benefit from a 270 degree wheel:





MODEL 2 EMULATOR

Daytona USA
Daytona USA '93 Edition
Daytona USA (Saturn Ads)
Daytona USA Turbo
Daytona USA GTX 2004
Daytona USA To the Maxx
Indianapolis 500 (Rev A Deluxe)
Indianapolis 500 (Rev A Twin)
Manxt TT Superbike
Motor Raid
Over Rev
Sega Rally Championship
Sega Rally Championship (Rev B)
Sega Rally Pro Drivin'
Sega Rally Championship
Sega Rally Championship (Euro)
Super GT 24Hr
Wave Runner

(Also check out the Daytona++ stickied thread for Nuexzz's mods)

Model 2 games gameplay footage:




SUPERMODEL

Daytona USA 2 Battle on the Edge
Daytona USA 2 Power Edition
Dirt Devils
Emergency Call Ambulance
Harley Davidson & L.A. Riders
Le Mans 24
Scud Race
Scud Race Plus
Sega Rally 2

Model 3 gameplay footage:




Viva Nonno
(these are playable in MAME, but require a very powerful PC to run in MAME)

Ridge Racer
Ridge Racer 2
Rave Racer

Cannonball

Outrun

Geecab's Super Monaco GP Remake

Super Monaco GP


Dolphin Triforce

Super Mario Kart GP 2


DEMUL - Atomiswave

Faster Than Speed
Maximum Speed


DEMUL - Gaelco 3D


ATV Track
Smashing Drive

DEMUL - Sega Naomi

18 Wheeler - American Pro Trucker (haven't checked to see if working in newest version)
Crazy Taxi
Ferrari F355 Challenge (may be working in next version)
Jambo Safari
Wave Runner GP


DEMUL - Sega Naomi 2 (glitchy in my experience)

Club Kart European Session
King of Route 66
Wild Rider

DEMUL - Sega Naomi 2 GD-ROM (some glitches, but playable on bleeding edge computers)

Initial D Arcade Stage
Initial D Arcade Stage version 2
Initial D Arcade Stage version 3


DEMUL - Sega Hikaru
(may be playable in next version)

Star Wars Pod Racer
NASCAR Racing


Taito Type X

Battle Gear 4 Tuned
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Re: What to play with your new driving setup. WIP
« Reply #1 on: August 05, 2014, 02:58:06 pm »
Console (Analog Control only):
To be honest, I've never been able to get the controls dialed in well enough for these to feel right to me.
As a result, I've played very little of the console games on my cab.

If you have the option, the main thing is limiting the amount of your steering wheel rotation.  (if you have a Logitech G27 with 900 degrees of rotation, reduce it to 150 degrees or less)
A lot of these games were designed to be played with an analog thumbstick which can change direction quickly.
There's just no way to change direction on a wheel that quickly if the wheel needs to be rotated 270-900 degrees.

There are some good ports on Nintendo 64 for games that either don't work or require a lot of horsepower to run in MAME.

Nintendo 64 (Project 64)

AeroGauge
Automobili Lamborghini
Beetle Adventure Racing!
California Speed
Carmageddon 64
Choro Q 64 2: Hachamecha Grand Prix Race
Cruis'n Exotica
Cruis'n USA
Cruis'n World
Destruction Derby 64
Diddy Kong Racing
Excitebike 64
Extreme-G
Extreme-G 2
F-1 World Grand Prix
F-1 World Grand Prix 2
F-Xero X - Nintendo
F-1 Pole Position 64
F-1 Racing Chapmionship
GT 64: Championship Edition
Hot Wheels Turbo Racing
Hydro Thunder
Iggy's Reckin' Balls
Indy Racing 2000
Jeremy McGrath Supercross 2000
LEGO Racers
Mario Kart 64
Mickey's Speedway USA
Micro Machines 64 Turbo
Monaco Grand Prix
Monster Truck Madness 64
MRC: Multi-Racing Championship
NASCAR 99
NASCAR 2000
Off Road Challenge
Penny Racers - Takara
Polaris SnoCross
Rally Challenge 2000
Ridge Racer 64
Road Rash 64
Roadsters
Rush 2: Extreme Racing USA
S.C.A.R.S.
San Francisco Rush
San Francisco Rush 2049
South Park Rally
Star Wars Episode I: Racer
Stunt Racer 64
Supercross 2000
Top Gear Hyper Bike
Top Gear Overdrive
Top Gear Rally
Top Gear Rally 2
V-Rally Edition '99
Vigilante 8
Vigilante 8: 2nd Offense
Wave Race 64
Wipeout 64
World Driver Championship


Sega Saturn


Choro Q Park
Code R
Crimewave
Gran Chaser  (Cyber Speedway)
Daytona USA
Daytona USA: Championship Circuit Edition
Daytona USA: CCE NetLink Edition
Daytona USA: Circuit Edition
Destruction Derby
Die Hard Trilogy
F-1 Challenge
Formula Karts Special Edition
Gale Racer (Rad Mobile)
GT 24
Hang-On GP
High Velocity: Mountain Racing Challenge
Highway 2000
Impact Racing
Manx TT Superbike
NASCAR 98
The Need for Speed
Race Drivin'
Road Rash
Saturn Power N°. 5 - WipeOut 2097
Sega Ages (Outrun)
Sega Ages Memorial Selection VOL.2  (Monaco GP)
Sega Ages Power Drift
Sega Rally Championship
Sega Rally Championship Plus
Sega Touring Car Championship
Shutokou Battle '97
TNN Motorsports Hardcore 4x4
Touge King the Spirits 2
Virtua Racing
Wangan Dead Heat + Real Arrange (Highway 2000)
Wangan Trial Love
Winter Heat
Wipeout
Wipeout XL (Wipeout 2097)


SEGA DREAMCAST (Demul or NullDC)

18 Wheeler: American Pro Trucker
4 Wheel Thunder
4x4 Evolution
bleem! Gran Turismo 2
Crazy Taxi
Crazy Taxi 2
Demolition Racer: No Exit
Daytona USA 2001
Ducati World Racing Challenge
Exhibition of Speed
F1 Racing Championship
F1 World Grand Prix
F1 World Grand Prix II
F355 Challenge
Hydro Thunder
Jeremy McGrath Supercross 2000
Looney Tunes: Space Race
Mag Force Racing
Metropolis Street Racer
Monaco Grand Prix
Pen Pen Tricelon
POD: Speedzone
Re-Volt
Roadsters
Rush Rush Rally Racing
San Francisco Rush 2049
Sega GT
Sega Rally Championship 2
Sno-Cross Championship Racing
South Park Rally
Speed Devils
Spirit of Speed 1937
Star Wars: Episode I Racer
Stunt GP
Super Runabout: San Francisco Edition
Surf Rocket Racers
Suzuki Alstare Extreme Racing
Test Drive 6
Test Drive Le Mans
Test Drive V-Rally
TNN Motorsports HardCore Heat
Tokyo Xtreme Racer
Tokyo Xtreme Racer 2
Toy Racer
Trickstyle
Vanishing Point
Vigilante 8 Second Offense
Wacky Races
Walt Disny World Quest: Magical Racing Tour
Zusar Vasar

NINTENDO GAMECUBE (Dolphin)

4x4 Evo 2
Auto Modellista
Burnout 2: Point of Impact
City Racer
Crazy Taxi
Dakar 2: The World's Ultimate Rally
Eighteen Wheeler American Pro Trucker
F-Zero GX
Hot Wheels: Velocity X
Mario Kart: Double Dash
Nascar Thunder 2003
Nascar: Dirt to Daytona
Need for Speed Hot Pursuit 2
Need For Speed Underground 2
Need for Speed: Carbon
Need for Speed: Most Wanted
Pro Rally 2002
R: Racing Evolution
Rally Championship
Street Racing Syndicate
The Simpsons Hit and Run
V-Rally 3 (Europe and Japan only)
Wave Race Blue Storm
XGIII Extreme G Racing

PSP (PPSSPP)

Ridge Racers 2

PLAYSTATION (ePSXe with NeGcon plugin)
See this thread for details: http://forum.arcadecontrols.com/index.php?topic=142360.0


Advan Racing
Atari Anniversary Edition Redux
Auto Destruct
Burning Road
Choro Q 2
Choro Q 3
Colin McRae Rally
Colin McRae Rally 2.0
Crash Team Racing
Cybersled
Dakar 97
Destruction Derby
Destruction Derby 2
Destruction Derby Raw
Explosive Racing
Extreme 500   aka. Suzuki Alstare Challenge
Felony 11-79/Runabout
Formula 1
Formula One 2000
Formula One 2001
Galaxian 3
Gran Turismo
Gran Turismo 2
Grand Tour Racing 98
GT All Japan Touring Car Championship
GT Max Rev
Hyper Rally
Initial D
Italian Job
Js Racin
Jupiter Strike   Lack of twist support causes issues, according to reports
Kattobi Tune
Max Power Racing   aka. C3 Racing
MaxRacer
Meisha Retsuden - Greatest 70s
Mille Miglia
Motorhead
Motor Toon Grand Prix
Motor Toon Grand Prix 2   aka. Motor Toon Grand Prix in US
Namco Museum 1   Twist support in Pole Position only, all games fully playable.
Namco Museum 3   Twist support in Pole Position II only, all games fully playable.
Naniwa Wangan Battle
Nascar 2000
Need For Speed
Need For Speed 2
Need For Speed 3 - Hot Pursuit
Option Tuning Car Battle 2
Race Drivin Go Go
Racingroovy
Rage Racer
Rally Cross
Rally Cross 2   Fully playable, but track editor might not be 100% usable with Negcon.
RC de Go!
Red Asphalt   aka. Rock n Roll Racing 2
Ridge Racer
Ridge Racer Revolution
Ridge Racer Turbo/Hi-Spec   Not compatible with Interact V3.
Ridge Racer Type 4   Not compatible with Interact V3.
Rollcage
Rollcage Stage II
Runabout 2
Rush Hour   aka. BattleRound USA aka. Speedster
San Francisco Rush   Save menu not fully compatible, otherwise fine
Shutokou Battle R
Side-by-Side Special 2000   
Speed King
Street Scooters
Tempest X3
Test Drive 4
TNN Motor Sports Hardcore 4x4
TOCA Championship Racing   aka. TOCA Touring Car Championship
TOCA 2 - Touring Car Challenge   aka. TOCA 2 - Touring Cars
TOCA World Touring Cars   aka. Jarrett and Labonte Stock Car Racing aka. WTC - World Touring Championship
Tokyo Highway Battle   Recognized, but twist and L button not supported. Not enough buttons for all functions.
Tommi Mäkinen Rally
Touge Max
Touge Max G
Toyota Netz Racing
Twisted Metal   Recognized in menus, but game cannot be properly configured for the Negcon.
V-Rally
V-Rally 2   Track editor might not be fully operable with Negcon. Not compatible with Interact V3.
Wangan Trial
Wipeout
Wipeout 2097/XL
Wipeout 3
World Stadium 2
World Stadium EX
Wreckin Crew




PLAYSTATION 2 (PCSX2)


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Re: What to play with your new driving setup. WIP
« Reply #2 on: August 05, 2014, 02:58:18 pm »
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Re: What to play with your new driving setup. WIP
« Reply #3 on: August 11, 2014, 01:53:02 am »
Ok for Naomi games.... I'm not aware of a title called 4 wheel thunder.  I think that was a dreamcast game. 

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Re: What to play with your new driving setup. WIP
« Reply #4 on: August 11, 2014, 08:45:25 am »
Ok for Naomi games.... I'm not aware of a title called 4 wheel thunder.  I think that was a dreamcast game.

Thanks.  Fixed.  I started out with a "demul supported games" list and noticed it was dreamcast a few games in.
Somehow that one got left in.

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Re: What to play with your new driving setup. WIP
« Reply #5 on: August 13, 2014, 05:01:31 pm »
Is F-Zero AX not playable in Dolphin Triforce?
That's one game I'd love to be able to play.

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Re: What to play with your new driving setup. WIP
« Reply #6 on: August 13, 2014, 08:06:38 pm »
It is and it isn't. 

F-zero GX works in dolphin and it was discovered that all the assets for f-zero ax are contained within the game.  So via a buttload of action replay codes you can make gx behave pretty much like ax within dolphin (not triforce).  It isn't really ax though.  Damn close.

What I'm going to do is make two copies of gx so that I can have a separate ini file for each and add the AR codes to one of them... that way I can play either. 

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Re: What to play with your new driving setup. WIP
« Reply #7 on: August 13, 2014, 08:57:27 pm »
the actual rom for triforce has been dumped, and works on the hardware via netbooting (so the security has been cracked). I'd be curious what it is that's keeping it from running in dolphin triforce.

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Re: What to play with your new driving setup. WIP
« Reply #8 on: August 13, 2014, 09:18:31 pm »
Yeah well there were a lot of games on the triforce hardware, but thus far only Mario kart 2 works on the emulator.  So I'm guessing the emu has some pretty kart-specific hacks in place. 

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Re: What to play with your new driving setup. WIP
« Reply #9 on: August 14, 2014, 01:28:33 pm »
Yeah well there were a lot of games on the triforce hardware, but thus far only Mario kart 2 works on the emulator. 

Not really,  Tri-Force was severely underutilized... the was only a handful of games made and half of them would be worthless trying to emulate because of heavy reliance on custom hardware... outside of Mario Kart and F-Zero there was:

Virtua Striker 4 (various revisions) - Viable for emulation
Gekitou Pro Yakyuu - a Japanese baseball game, viable for emulation but who really cares.
Starfox  - a vertical shooter but never officially released beyond the prototype stage
The Key Of Avalon (several games in a series) - Network terminal Japanese language RPG, not really viable for emulation
Donkey Kong Jungle Fever - Redemption machine with huge amount of custom hardware, not viable for emulation
Donkey Kong: Banana Kingdom  - Redemption machine with huge amount of custom hardware, not viable for emulation

^ I believe that's it.... so 2 "meh" sports titles and a cool prototype that we'll probably never get a dump for. Mario Kart and F-Zero are the only two titles I think anyone really cars about on the platform.


the Wii based arcade hardware is even more obscure... that only got 1 game: Tatsunoko Vs Capcom

I'd love to see that emulated as it's a really great fighter. Thankfully Dolphin runs the Wii Console release great, but I'd still like to see the arcade version available.

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Re: What to play with your new driving setup. WIP
« Reply #10 on: August 15, 2014, 07:49:12 pm »
I get your point, but "a lot" is relative these days.  The average console based arcade hardware gets about 5-10 games released so that seems like a lot to me compared to the aforementioned wii arcade hardware or the classic xbox. 

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Re: What to play with your new driving setup. WIP
« Reply #11 on: August 16, 2014, 09:15:51 am »
Classic Xbox hardware (Chihiro) had over a dozen games that are viable for emulation... if you include the network terminal and Mahjong crap that number doubles. It's low but it's more than twice what the Tri-Force got.

As far as console based hardware goes the the Tri-Force is maybe the 3rd LEAST utilized of any production console based arcade hardware with the Wii being number 1 (with 1 game total) and the PS3 being number 2 (with 6 games in total)... but that's mostly because the two of them were produced in a time where it's more cost effective to use PC hardware as opposed to consoles.

The "average" is much much higher when you consider that the Dreamcast had several hundred games released for it's arcade platforms and the PS1 and PS2 based and even the Saturn based hardware all had 80+ titles...  Heck even the older consoles like the NES and Genesis had about 50+ each on just the Playchoice 10 and Mega-Tech.

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Re: What to play with your new driving setup. WIP
« Reply #12 on: August 18, 2014, 05:31:21 pm »
Amiga:
Formula One Grand Prix (support for analog, a game with many details and very fun play)
Super Cars II (joystick/keys, two player with split screen)
Stunt Car Racer (joystick/keys, support serial link for two player, real fun)

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Road Blaster
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Re: What to play with your new driving setup. WIP
« Reply #13 on: August 23, 2014, 07:27:54 pm »
What 'modern' games for PC are there to play?

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Re: What to play with your new driving setup. WIP
« Reply #14 on: August 23, 2014, 07:41:30 pm »
A metric ton. 

You've got all the sumo stuff (outrun 2k6, sega all stars ect) the need for speed series, the dirt series, the knight rider games (which are just awful, but still fun) all kinds of indie/homebrew stuff and more sims than you can shake a stick at. 

Honestly a list of stuff that would run on a x86 pc would be quite long.  It's filtering out the crappy games that I've always had a problem with. 

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Re: What to play with your new driving setup. WIP
« Reply #15 on: August 24, 2014, 02:31:34 pm »
What 'modern' games for PC are there to play?

Aside from the ones Howard_Casto listed out, I recently discovered Gaz Guzzlers Extreme on Steam. It works great with FF and a buttkicker. You would want your wheel to have buttons on it so you can shoot/boost during the races. I think it's $25 but I grabbed it when it was on sale for $10. I think it's worth the $25.

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Re: What to play with your new driving setup. WIP
« Reply #16 on: August 24, 2014, 04:17:24 pm »
Thanks, I'll try out something new on my cab. The newest racing game I've ever tedted is Forza on the original X-box. I've just purchased the bew game, Corsa something, I hope my cab hardware is up to it, cpu is old, gfx card is up-to-date though.

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Re: What to play with your new driving setup. WIP
« Reply #17 on: August 24, 2014, 07:53:47 pm »
Also something that should be pointed out is a lot of the sega racers that are hard to emulate on lower end PCs got pc ports.  They are kind of old and thus you have to look for them, but they are out there. 

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Re: What to play with your new driving setup. WIP
« Reply #18 on: September 28, 2014, 07:46:19 pm »
I've got the Virtua striker 4 triforce game on my pc. Works fine but you need a powerful cpu

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Re: What to play with your new driving setup. WIP
« Reply #19 on: October 10, 2014, 01:03:35 pm »
Just a little update on the PPSSPP front - Sega Rally Revo now works pretty much perfectly on the latest unofficial builds. Also, there was an issue with Burnout legends where the audio track kept changing every 5 secs (got pretty annoying, pretty quickly) which seems to have been fixed now, along with a graphical bug involving the sky in the background. Also, whilst technically  not really something you'd probably play in an arcade racer cab, I'd highly recommend checking out Wipeout Pulse. Graphically it just blows pretty much every other PSP racer out of the water and upscaled on PPSSPP it looks PS3 quality. It's also runs at 60 fps, has a totally amazing soundtrack and plays as good as it looks.

The bloom effects seem to have gone a bit haywire in Ridge Racer 2 in later PPSSPP builds (you can turn them off by turning off buffered rendering, but everything doesn't look quite as shexy...), so if you're a Ridge Racer fan (another great looking PPSSPP racer BTW), it worth holding onto an older build also - v0.9.5 seems good, although the bloom's still a tiny little bit off in it.

Edit: Forgot to mention; I'd also add Ray Tracers for the PS1 to the list. It's made by Taito and is a sort of unofficial follow up to the Chase HQ series with the same bash-the-bad-guys formula, except instead of the baddies driving knock off Lambos and Lotuses it's more like mecha-tanks, Helicopters and Harrier jump jets. It's a bit of an oldie and pre-dates the analog dual shock pads, it's digital controls only, so again might not be ideal in a cab. It is good fun though.
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Re: What to play with your new driving setup. WIP
« Reply #20 on: October 13, 2014, 10:57:10 am »
I found this list of Saturn games: http://madroms.satakore.com/db/saturn_complete_database.htm

supposedly in the header on each disc it lists the compatible periferials and the "S" perf type is the official saturn Steering wheel, so I went through and found all of the games with that designation.

I also noted when games supported some kind of networking or linking for multiplayer (there are only 2 or 3). There are a number of games here that aren't on the list above, also only certain region variants of some games support the wheel, where I noticed this I noted it.

Some games might only support the wheel for certain modes... For instance Demo Discs are listed here that have a game demo that supports the wheel and many other demos that don't. Similarly Games like Die Hard Trilogy propbably only support it during driving modes in the game.

Andretti Racing (EUR FR)
Andretti Racing (EUR GER)
Andretti Racing (USA)
Andretti Racing (USA #2)
Astra Superstars (JAP)
Choro Q Park (JAP)
CODE R (JAP)
Crimewave (EUR)
Crimewave (JAP)
Crimewave (USA)
Crimewave Demo (EUR)
Cyber Speedway (EUR)
Daytona USA (EUR)
Daytona USA (JAP)
Daytona USA (USA)
Daytona USA Championship Circuit Edition (EUR)
Daytona USA Championship Circuit Edition (USA)
Daytona USA Championship Circuit Edition Netlink Edition (USA) - DirectLink/Netlink
Daytona USA Circuit Edition (JAP) - LinkCable/DirectLink/Netlink
Destruction Derby (EUR)
Destruction Derby (JAP)
Die Hard Trilogy (EUR FR)
Die Hard Trilogy (USA)
F-1 Live Information (JAP)
F-1 Challenge (EUR)
F-1 Challenge (USA)
Formula Karts Special Edition (EUR)
Gale Racer (JAP)
Gran Chaser (JAP)
GT 24 (JAP)
Hang On GP (USA)
Hang On GP '95 (JAP)
Hang On GP '96 (EUR)
Hardcore 4X4 (EUR) (not the USA version)
High Velocity (USA)
Highway 2000 (EUR) (not the USA version)
Koudou Saisoku Densetsu ~Kashiramoji D (Initial D)~ (JAP)
Manx TT Super Bike (EUR)
ManX TT Super Bike (JAP)
ManX TT Super Bike (USA)
NASCAR 98 (USA)
Nissan Presents Over Drivin' GT-R (JAP)
Outrun (JAP)
Power Drift (JAP)
Race Drivin' (JAP)
Saturn Power N°. 5 - WipeOut 2097 (EUR)
Sega Ages Vol.1 (EUR)
Sega Ages Vol.1 (USA)
Sega Ages Memorial Selection VOL.2 (JAP)
Sega Rally Championship (EUR)
Sega Rally Championship (JAP)
Sega Rally Championship (USA)
Sega Rally Championship Plus (JAP) - DirectLink/NetLink
Sega Rally Championship Plus Netlink Edition (USA) - DirectLink/NetLink
Sega Touring Car Championship (EUR)
Sega Touring Car Championship (JAP) - DirectLink
Sega Touring Car Championship (USA) - DirectLink
Syutokou Battle '97 ~Tsuchiya Keiichi & Bandou Masaaki~ (JAP)
The Need For Speed (EUR)
Thunderstorm & Road Blaster CD1 (Thunderstrom LX-3) (JAP)
Thunderstorm & Road Blaster CD2 (Road Blaster) (JAP)
Toh Shin Den S (JAP)
Touge King the Spirits (JAP)
Touge King the Spirits 2 (JAP)
Vatlva (JAP)
Virtua Racing (EUR)
Virtua Racing (JAP)
Virtua Racing (USA)
Wangan Dead Heat (JAP)
Wangan Dead Heat + Real Arrange CD1 (Wangan Dead Heat) (JAP)
Wangan Dead Heat + Real Arrange CD2 (Real Arrange) (JAP)
Wangan Trial Love (JAP)
Winter Heat (EUR)
Winter Heat (JAP)
WipeOut (EUR)
WipeOut (USA)
WipeOut 2097 (EUR)
WipeOut XL (JAP)


Some games were missing the CD header info, so any games that "probably" support the wheel but were missing info I took those down too:
Cyber Speedway (USA)
Daytona USA Hibaihin Mihon Han (JAP)
Die Hard Trilogy (EUR ENG)
Die Hard Trilogy (EUR GER)
Die Hard Trilogy (JAP)
Formula Grand Prix Team Unei Simulation (JAP)
NASCAR 98 (EUR)
Nissan Presents Over Drivin' GT-R Demo (JAP)
Sega Touring Car Championship Taiken Han (JAP)
Syutokou Battle '97 ~Tsuchiya Keiichi & Bandou Masaaki~ Mihon (JAP)
The Need For Speed (USA)
Touge King the Spirits 2 Taiken Han (JAP)
Vatlva Taiken Han (JAP)
Winter Heat (USA)
WipeOut (JAP)

These will need to be confirmed but most likely will support the wheel.

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If I can find good system level info on wheel compatibility for other systems I'll create a similar list.

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Re: What to play with your new driving setup. WIP
« Reply #21 on: November 06, 2014, 05:51:50 pm »
BadMouth,

I'd'like to suggest to add a link for each game listed in this post to one (or several) working configuration file to handle correctly wheels.
As it took me some times to configure correctly my wheel with different emulator... And also because many people use Logitech Wheel, I believe that it would be great to have the configuration files available directly from this post.

I start with Supermodel and G25/G27 config file : here

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Re: What to play with your new driving setup. WIP
« Reply #22 on: March 18, 2015, 11:39:11 pm »
Just a quick note.   I just realized that you can download genre based XML's for HyperSpin from the online HyperList app.

http://hyperlist.hyperspin-fe.com/

Find the emulator in the list, click the genre button (if using chrome, accept the security warning...), and download a pre-formated driving list XML. 

Its not perfect, but its pretty dang quick....

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Re: What to play with your new driving setup. WIP
« Reply #23 on: May 02, 2015, 10:45:35 am »
Here is gameplay footage of most of the MAME games that benefit from a 270 degree wheel:




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Re: What to play with your new driving setup. WIP
« Reply #24 on: May 02, 2015, 03:06:46 pm »
Anyone setup the PC version of "Blur" in their cab. seems like it'd be a great arcade-style racer. I'm curious how good the FFB is and if it supports local network linking

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Re: What to play with your new driving setup. WIP
« Reply #25 on: May 09, 2015, 05:34:57 pm »
Model 2 games gameplay footage:


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Re: What to play with your new driving setup. WIP
« Reply #26 on: May 13, 2015, 12:01:34 pm »
Model 3 gameplay footage:


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Re: What to play with your new driving setup. WIP
« Reply #27 on: September 30, 2015, 12:34:34 am »
Someone got a list of PC Win 270 degree 2arcade" driving games?
Outrun 2006 C2C (tricky controller setup to figure out, I used virtual controller device program to get it right)
Sega Rally Championship 2 for PC?
More?
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Re: What to play with your new driving setup. WIP
« Reply #28 on: September 30, 2015, 08:56:40 am »
Someone got a list of PC Win 270 degree 2arcade" driving games?
Outrun 2006 C2C (tricky controller setup to figure out, I used virtual controller device program to get it right)
Sega Rally Championship 2 for PC?
More?

It's not much, but here's something: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1CibNsBtPfhpy9veh8AajBJqMT4RBaxU0V4xsNTY_y4Q/edit#gid=0
You may have to click on a cell to get the tabs to show up.
The PC tab is a short list of games we've tested.  There is also a "PC long" tab with over 1,000 pc driving games, but they haven't been tested out to see how well they work with a wheel.  This is from a few years ago, so games from the past few years aren't listed.

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Re: What to play with your new driving setup. WIP
« Reply #29 on: October 02, 2015, 04:06:17 pm »
Thanks  a lot.